Office 2.0 coverage:
- Phil Wainewright: EditGrid's distinctive Office 2.0 business model. Wanted: Customer perspectives on SaaS.
- Dan Farber: Bringing Enterprise 2.0 to Morgan Stanley.
- Office 2.0: The future of work.
- Zoho preps Business edition.
Mary Jo Foley: Could there be such a thing as a free Microsoft lunch? Microsoft to sync its future Windows client and server fixes and updates. Microsoft: Volume licensees to get fewer CDs, shorter contracts.
Apple to give $100 credit to iPhone buyers. Larry Dignan: What Jobs' iApology reveals about the iPhone. Ed Burnette: How much is Apple loyalty worth? Dennis Howlett:Steve Jobs smart credit move. Michael Krigsman, Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, Russell Shaw and Jason O'Grady on the move.
Ryan Stewart: "Online Photoshop" screenshot released.
Heather Clancy Collins: Psst, pass it along. (Or, taking "regifting" to new extremes). Harry Fuller: It's red hot in the green tech world.
Matthew Miller: HP announces new Windows Mobile and Windows CE devices.
David Morgenstern: Grokking the iPod.
Dennis Howlett: TIBCO hits skids on weak financial service markets.
Garett Rogers: Search your feeds with Google Reader, but not with Opera.
Dana Blankenhorn: Ban cell phones from hospitals?
Ad Age: The long tail is just not that long.